Secretary of the Treasury in the Truman Administration, 1946-53. Other Federal positions once held include Executive Vice-President and Director, Defense Plant Corporation, 1940-43; Assistant to the Director of the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, 1940-44; Federal Loan Administrator, 1945; Director, Office of War Mobilization and Reconversion, 1945-46. Secretary Snyder was a longtime close friend of Harry S. Truman beginning with their service in the U.S. Army Reserves after World War I.
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Numbers appearing in square brackets (ex. ) within the transcript indicate the pagination in the original, hardcopy version of the Snyder oral history interviews.
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Aleman, Miguel, and Marshall plan, views on, 1183-1186
Anderson, Clinton P., 805-811, 1181
Anti-ballistic missile system, 1239-1241
Appointments Secretary to the President, role of, 712-714
Army Reserves, U.S., Harry S. Truman in, 973-974
Arnow, Phil, 439
Arvey, Jake, 1036
Asia, Marshall plan proposed for, 1203
Assassination attempt on President Truman, 1331-1335